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I need a hose diagram

I took my carpet cleaner apart because it wasnt spraying water or soap, now i cant figure out where to put the hoses. do you have a diagram?

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Hope, I'm sorry to say that I don't have a diagram for that particular purpose. There probably are blow-ups on some of the vac distributor's websites, but they don't show where stuff goes, just the general idea of where it's located on the machine. For instance, if the hoses run up the back of the handle, the blow-up would show them a distance away from the back side, but no connection points. I hope you can figure this out, and once you do, you can do as I always do when disassembling a strange machine. If there are hoses involved, especially, I always put a piece of masking tape on the hose, as I take it off of it's connection point and make note of that point on the tape. Then it's a simple job to reconnect all the hoses to the proper outlets.

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Hi, it's Ambrai from Crucial Vacuum.

I have inserted a link that will direct you to your ProHeat's User Guide: http://www.bissell.com/assets/0/132/134/228/37c9e5f4-f551-4b35-917f-33c0e7055ea9.pdf

I hope this was helpful. If you would like further assistance, please feel free to give us a call at 877.750.9239. We have helpful and friendly customer care representatives on the line ready to assist you.

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SOURCE: Cant Figure Ou What Hose Goes Where?

I don't know if its the same machine but I found this site, it provides a link to a picture of the tube routing:

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HI,

Please check these:

• tanks are not sealed into receivers
• faulty auto load receiver
• pinched/clogged line
• defective component allowing air into system
• pump not mounted so it can move freely
• defective bridge rectifier
• clogged heater
• defective pump
• defective circuit board
* spray nozzles are clogged

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First try putting in a little hot water in the water resevoir , let sit for about about 5 mins. then try it. if this doesn't work, flip the machine over and locate the spray jets on the bottom. You'll need a pin or something small enough to clean out the jets bye sticking pin or paperclip in it . Detegent left in the machine sometimes cloggs the jets.Empty water before you flip the machine over.

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